|So The Heavens Can Hear Us, The Earth Will Be Our Sound (ARGREC12) - The Game Owls|
A heartfelt exploration and expression of the infinite cosmos which surrounds and imprisons the Earth, "So The Heavens Can Hear Us, The Earth Will Be Our Sound" is a multi-faceted auditory document, radiating outward past the usual banal musical forms you typically experience. Although not easily lending itself to simple classification, it contains elements of avant-garde post-rock, experimental electronica, acoustic rock, and even varying strains of blues elements...
Keywords: the game owls; post rock; metal; acoustic; experimental; argali records
|Trinity Ocean And The Zero Desert (ARGREC16) - The Game Owls|
The Game Owls returns to Argali Records with their second offering: “Trinity Ocean And The Zero Desert”. Featuring his distinct hybridization of post-rock/post-metal and experimental electronica, this album is a decidedly darker affair than “So The Heavens Can Hear Us…”. Yet, with the frequent acoustic touches and mournful vocals, this is an experience that is both personal and universal in scope: dark companion hymns for the days long left behind, and those still remaining...
Keywords: the game owls; post rock; post metal; experimental; the jesus fish experience, argali records netlabel
|Magnitudes Of Infinity (ARGREC15) - The Jesus Fish Experience|
The Jesus Fish Experience returns to Argali Records with their fourth release: Magnitudes Of Infinity. Several months of planning, composing, recording, and mastering have resulted in the creation of a two-headed behemoth of a composition, the second half featuring the vocal talents of Jordan Hyman of The Game Owls. In a lush marriage of dissonance and harmony, otherworldly soundscapes blend seamlessly with hypnotic rhythms and haunting melodies...
Keywords: The Jesus Fish Experience; The Game Owls; post-metal; drone; drone-metal; post-rock; noise; industrial; post-industrial; ambient; dark ambient; noise rock; shoegaze; post-punk; experimental; Argali Records Netlabel